Câu trả lời mẫu cho câu hỏi: Do think people are fully responsible for what you they eat?
Absolutely. Although some people blame ads to feel resilient about their poor food choices, saying they have little choice but to consume that food because the ads are so pervasive as to make them powerless to avoid the food, I’m convinced that people (I mean adults ) have to take full responsibility for what they eat because it has a big impact on our health, and it is people, not food producers or advertisers, that will suffer the consequences of their poor diet. For example, a poor diet that is high in junk food can lead to cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer and even earlier mortality rates. Also, eating highly processed foods, saturated fats and added sugar on a regular basis is linked to many negative health effects. Everyone knows fast food is one of the major culprits of the global obesity epidemic. So eating unhealthy food will inevitably lead to health problems, and people will have no-one but themselves to blame. Also, I’m sure that it’s not really other people’s occupation to take care of it for someone else. As far as children are concerned, I think that parents responsible for what their children eat because until a certain age is reached, children don’t understand what is good and what is bad for them. I mean if children were given the freedom to decide what to eat, they would eat French fries 3 times per day.